Google Play Music App Available to iPhone

Posted: November 15, 2013 in Uncategorized
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Google today made its Play Music application available to iOS devices for the first time. Google had promised to deliver the app back in June, but delayed the release for unknown reasons. The application lets iOS device users access and listen to their Google Play library from their iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. iOS device owners who subscribe to Google’s All Access service will be able to stream an unlimited number of songs, create custom radio stations from songs/artists, stream radio with no skip limits, get artist recommendations, and listen to curated playlists. Google Play Music’s online service lets people upload up to 20,000 songs from their personal collection and then play them back on the web or through Android and now iOS devices. Music can be downloaded locally for offline playback. Google Play Music for iOS does not let iPhone owners purchase individual tracks or albums, though All Access subscribers can add tracks/albums to their online library for playback. Google Play Music can also be used with Google’s Chromecast media streaming device for television sets. The app itself is free to download and use. All Access costs $10 per month.


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